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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: The Sunday People leads with a story about #COVID19 jabs. It says the family of a “miracle” baby saved after her mother died of #COVID19 has called on all mums-to-be to get vaccinated. Saiqa Parveen, 37, died of the virus after not choosing to have the jab – but her daughter Dua survived after a Caesarean section, the paper reports

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The Mail on Sunday reports the government is looking at reintroducing travel restrictions for people who do not get a booster Covid vaccine. Ministers are drawing up “controversial” plans for quarantine and testing requirements for those who don’t get a third jab to protect the UK against the spread of new variants, the paper reports.

Nov.08, 2021: @acenewsservices

No booster, no quarantine-free travel’ and sleaze claims

By BBC News: Staff:

The Observer reports on the growing “row over Tory sleaze”, focusing on government contracts during the pandemic. The paper says MPs have demanded details of any lobbying by Owen Paterson of ministers on behalf of a company that won almost £500m Covid contracts. The company insists Paterson “played no role” in securing any contracts, the paper adds.

The Sunday Times is also leading on accusations of sleaze, following its own investigation. It says in the past two decades, all but two of the people who have held the role of Conservative treasurer have gone on to be offered seats in the House of Lords. The Conservative Party said it does not believe successful people who contribute to political causes should be disqualified from being in the Lords.

Leaked documents show the government is working on plans to withdraw up to £15bn of funding from three EU scientific research programmes, according to the Sunday Telegraph. The plans to stop contributing to the bloc’s scientific, satellite and nuclear projects – worth £77bn, and which the UK agreed to stay part of when it signed up to the Brexit deal – come “amid deteriorating relations with Brussels”, the paper reports.

Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has laid out plans for the UK to become the “beating heart of a global network of liberty”, according to the Sunday Express. The paper says the minister’s pledge to “deliver jobs of the future” comes ahead of a trip to south-east Asia.

The Sunday Mirror features an interview with a nurse who had an affair with murderer David Fuller. Fuller sexually assaulted the bodies of more than 100 dead bodies in hospital morgues. The paper says the woman described him as a “perfect gent” and reports on fresh calls for an inquiry at the two Kent hospitals where the abuse took place.

Presenter and current Strictly Come Dancing star AJ Odudu is so close to her dance partner Kai Widdrington she has met his parents, according to the Daily Star. The paper speculates the pair “aren’t exactly bending over backwards” to squash rumours they are dating.

A number of papers are reporting that the government U-turn involving Owen Paterson has provoked anger within the Conservative Party. 

The Sunday Times quotes three unnamed members of the cabinet criticising Prime Minister Boris Johnson for his handling of the lobbying row involving Mr Paterson. One accuses Mr Johnson of causing a “toxic mess”, while another calls the situation “a shambles”. 

Meanwhile, backbench Tory MP Tobias Ellwood tells the Sun on Sunday“there is genuine rage within the ranks”.

Former minister Caroline Nokes also takes aim at Mr Johnson in the Sunday Mirror, writing that the attempt to rewrite the disciplinary system for MPs “truly stinks”. 

She adds the PM should have paid heed to the views of backbenchers who could have told him “his course was obviously doomed to failure in the court of public opinion”.

Opposition MPs are demanding that details of Mr Paterson’s contacts with ministers during the pandemic be made public, amid concerns about his links to the medical testing company Randox, according to The Observer. Randox says Mr Paterson played no role in securing any contract for the firm. 

The Mail on Sunday is reporting claims the government is considering reintroducing restrictions on foreign travel for people who don’t take up the offer of a Covid booster vaccine. 

The paper says officials are undecided on how quickly to introduce the plan and whether to offer a grace period to people who have sought a third jab, but have not been offered an appointment.

The Mail’s Scottish edition features a picture of a protester being carried away by police at yesterday’s environmental demonstration in Glasgow. 

A number of the other front pages include colourful images of large crowds and street performers. The Sunday National uses the headline “Scotland Marches To Save The World”, while the Sunday Post calls it “The Day The Earth Stood Still”.

The Sunday Telegraph says Yorkshire Cricket Club is considering releasing the report on claims of racism from their former player, Azeem Rafiq. The paper reports two more former England internationals fear being named in any disclosure. 

The Observer says the incident has illustrated the need for greater reforms throughout the sport, as “the same structures that allowed Rafiq’s plight to go unheeded for so long are still in place”.

The Sunday People strikes a similar tone, arguing the English Cricket Board and the government need to do “whatever it takes” to put right “decades-worth of injustice”.

The Sunday Times is also reporting that Alzheimer’s experts are recruiting London cabbies in the hope that their brains could unlock some of the secrets of the disease.

Scientists at University College London are carrying out MRI scans on drivers while they mentally map out complex routes – an activity that stimulates a part of the brain known to degrade in people with Alzheimer’s. It is hoped the research will assist the development of better diagnostic tools to spot the disease earlier. 

The paper’s leader ponders whether the project should prompt a wider renaissance in the art of remembering directions – saying a well-tuned mind would stand a much better chance of remembering where the car keys are than any sat-nav.

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